The international broadcast centre and neighbouring media centre could be demolished following the games under plans currently under consideration
Legacy chiefs are investigating the cost of flattening the two buildings alongside two other bids to convert the 93,000m² complex post-games, reported The Financial Times.
A tender competition for the buildings – designed by Allies and Morrison and RPS Burks Green – is currently on-going. Proposals currently in the frame include a fashion hub and innovation centre.
A London Legacy Development Corporation spokesperson said: ‘The London Legacy Development Corporation aims to achieve value for the taxpayer and an enduring legacy for the Olympic Park and surrounding areas.
‘We are considering the bids we have received and will naturally look to assess them in the context of a full range of options for the Press and Broadcast Centres.’